97th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 23, 2013

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB34Guernsey, CaseySS#2 HB 34
 0372S.09T - Changes the way that the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations determines the prevailing hourly rate of wages on public work projects
HB61Engler, KevinHB 61
 0503L.01I - Authorizes the city council of the City of Farmington to also adopt or repeal any ordinance by submitting the proposed ordinance to the registered voters of the city
HB110Smith, JasonWalker, NateSCS HCS HB 110
 0039S.06T - Changes the laws regarding the selection of public officials
HB227Zerr, AnneDiehl, JohnHB 227
 0550H.01I - Allows an entity that makes a qualified equity investment to receive certain tax credits and establishes procedures for obtaining the credits
HB228Sommer, ChrissyMayfield, JohnHB 228
 0748L.01I - Allows school districts to install and operate school bus safety cameras to detect violations that require a driver to stop for a school bus that is receiving or discharging students
HB229Sommer, ChrissySpencer, BryanHB 229
 0751L.01I - Grants physical education credit for participation in certain school-sanctioned sports or activities and allows students to take other courses instead
HB230Sommer, ChrissyWood, DavidHB 230
 0745L.01I - Creates the crime of dangerous vehicular flight, increases the penalty for resisting arrest by fleeing in a vehicle in a dangerous manner, and requires high speed pursuit training for all peace officers
HB231Sommer, ChrissyBerry, T.J.HB 231
 0621L.03I - Changes the laws regarding the issuance of temporary instruction driving permits
HB232Barnes, JayHB 232
 1049L.01I - Requires election authorities to compile and use a voluntary interactive computerized voter registration list for voters who have no form of state-issued photographic identification
HB233Leara, MikeSCS HCS HB 233
 0763S.04T - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri State Employee Retirement System and the Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System
HB234Gatschenberger, ChuckHCS HB 234
 1090H.02C - Authorizes a claim clearinghouse to process and verify a request for an offset of an income tax refund and lottery winnings to satisfy an outstanding debt for ambulance services an individual received
HB235Crawford, SandyEntlicher, SueHCS HB 235
 1007H.02T - Changes the laws regarding the qualifications for a candidate for county collector, county treasurer, or county collector-treasurer
HB236Ellington, BrandonWebb, SteveHB 236
 0452L.01I - Establishes the Minority Business Enterprise and Women's Business Enterprise Oversight Review Committee to assist these business enterprises in bidding on state contracts
HB237Ellington, BrandonMims, BonnayeHB 237
 0460L.01I - Specifies that a title lender is liable for the actions of the persons employed or contracted by him or her to take possession of titled personal property upon the expiration or default of a title loan
HB238Ellington, BrandonMims, BonnayeHB 238
 0449L.01I - Authorizes a one-time expungement of certain criminal records including a conviction for any nonviolent crime, misdemeanor, or nonviolent drug violation
HB239Ellington, BrandonMims, BonnayeHB 239
 0117L.02I - Specifies that no person applying for state employment, public assistance, or state housing assistance can be required to disclose any prior nonviolent felony plea or conviction with certain exceptions
HB240Ellington, BrandonMims, BonnayeHB 240
 0118L.01I - Establishes the Malcolm X Day Commission to organize activities and events in honor of the civil rights leader
HB241Ellington, BrandonMims, BonnayeHB 241
 0454L.01I - Repeals the provision allowing the Board of Probation and Parole to charge an offender an intervention fee as a condition of parole
HB242Ellington, BrandonHummel, JacobHB 242
 0450L.01I - Establishes the Economic Development Grant Program to be used to reopen a closed manufacturing factory
HB243Ellington, BrandonMims, BonnayeHB 243
 0457L.01I - Allows certain small businesses to be eligible to claim any state tax credit, deduction, and other exemption from tax that specified corporations are allowed to claim
HB244Ellington, BrandonPace, SharonHB 244
 0456L.01I - Requires all food or food products sold in Missouri that are derived from a cloned animal to be labeled indicating that the food is or contains products derived from cloned animals
HB245Ellington, BrandonWebb, SteveHB 245
 0458L.01I - Requires all food and food products sold in Missouri that are or contain genetically modified products to be labeled indicating that the food is or contains genetically modified products
HB246Ellington, BrandonMims, BonnayeHB 246
 0459L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Supporting Families Income Tax Holiday Act which allows an exemption from state withholding taxes for state employees in a specified month determined by the Department of Revenue
HB247Ellington, BrandonHummel, JacobHB 247
 0116L.01I - Removes the statute of limitation for certain actions to recover damages regarding child abuse and sexual offenses committed against a child and allows prosecutions for child abuse to be commenced at any time
HB248Ellington, BrandonMims, BonnayeHB 248
 0455L.01I - Increases, from no later than 15 days to no later than 60 days, the time after a child's birth that the father has to file an action to establish paternity prior to an adoption or to file a notice with the Putative Father Registry
HB249Ellington, BrandonMims, BonnayeHB 249
 0453L.01I - Limits the amount of interest a title lender can charge on a title loan and requires the average interest rate being charged by credit unions to be made available to the public and updated at least quarterly
HB250Jones, CalebCornejo, RobertHB 250
 0546L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the operations and procedures of the Missouri Ethics Commission
HB251Lauer, JeanieMcCaherty, JohnHB 251
 1030H.01I - Increases, from $2 to $4, the surcharge imposed upon the filing of a civil action that is to be used to provide financial asistance to domestic violence shelters
HB252Lauer, JeanieShumake, LindellSCS HCS HB 252
 1028S.07C - Changes the laws regarding adoptions
HB253Berry, T.J.Jones, TimothySS HB 253
 0619S.05T - Changes the laws regarding the streamlined sales and use tax agreement, tax amnesty, the community development district tax, income tax, sales and use taxes, use tax nexus, and the transportation development tax
HB254Swearingen, JayBerry, T.J.HB 254
 0652L.01I - Authorizes the City of North Kansas City to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax to fund public safety improvements
HB255Torpey, NoelKirkton, JeanneHB 255
 0599H.02I - Exempts, effective January 1, 2014, an animal shelter from the payment of any licensing and other fees under the provisions of the Animal Care Facilities Act
HB256Jones, CalebRichardson, ToddCCS HCS HBs 256, 33 & 305
 1162H.07T - Changes the laws regarding the Open Meetings and Records Law
HB257Frederick, KeithFranklin, DianeHCS HB 257
 0930H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the testing of persons with tuberculosis
HB258Conway, PatKratky, MicheleHB 258
 0934L.01I - Designates the exercise commonly known as "jumping jacks" as the official state exercise
HB259Walton Gray, RochelleEllinger, RoryHB 259
 0355L.01I - Specifies that a state employee who works 10-hour days and 40 hours per week cannot be required to take two hours of vacation leave for paid holidays
HB260Walton Gray, RochellePace, SharonHB 260
 0346L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the use of credit information when underwriting insurance contracts and prohibits insurers from taking adverse actions based on a person's credit report or insurance score
HB261Walton Gray, RochelleSmith, ClemHB 261
 0354L.01I - Allows any public school to offer dating abuse information in its health curriculum in grades seven through 12
HB262Walton Gray, RochelleEllington, BrandonHB 262
 0347L.02I - Establishes the Sickle Cell Standing Committee to study and make recommendations regarding the impact of sickle cell disease on urban communities
HB263Walton Gray, RochellePace, SharonHB 263
 0348L.01I - Designates July 3 of each year as "Organ Donor Recognition Day"
HB264Walton Gray, RochelleHB 264
 0675L.01I - Establishes a community schools grant program in St. Louis
HB265Walton Gray, RochelleHB 265
 0352L.01I - Allows certain organizations who sell intoxicating liquor by the drink at retail or on their premises to obtain a special permit to remain open until 3:00 a.m. each day and to open on Sundays at 9:00 a.
HB266Walton Gray, RochellePace, SharonHB 266
 0351L.01I - Establishes the Task Force on Alternative Confinement for Victims of Human Sex Trafficking within the Department of Public Safety
HB267Walton Gray, RochelleEllinger, RoryHB 267
 0356L.01I - Changes the laws regarding delinquent real estate taxes or mortgage notes
HB268Walton Gray, RochelleEllinger, RoryHB 268
 0703L.01I - Exempts property in bankruptcy which is exempt from attachment or execution under common and statutory law of Missouri or under federal law
HB269Walton Gray, RochelleEllinger, RoryHB 269
 0357L.01I - Changes the laws regarding abandoned property
HB270Walton Gray, RochelleHB 270
 0350L.01I - Allows certain inmates who become physically or mentally disabled, infirm, incompetent, or incapacitated to be released on parole if they are eligible for specified federal medical or financial benefits
HB271Walton Gray, RochelleHB 271
 0349L.01I - Changes the laws regarding certain mortgage disclosures and requires any lender making a reverse mortgage loan to allow for the repayment of the loan after the death of the person who entered into the loan
HB272Walton Gray, RochelleHB 272
 0800L.01I - Changes the laws regarding certain offenders who are fugitives from justice or have outstanding arrest warrants from more than one political subdivision or jurisdiction
HB273Walton Gray, RochelleHB 273
 0719L.01I - Requires the consolidation of specified civil court actions filed pertaining to the title of property in forcible entry and unlawful detainer cases
HB274Brattin, RickHaefner, MarshaSCS HB 274
 0508S.02C - Establishes Chloe's Law that requires the newborn screening requirements to include a critical congenital heart disease screening
HB275Brattin, RickBerry, T.J.HCS HB 275
 0513L.02P - Requires all employers and business entities to enroll and actively participate in a federal work authorization program and imposes stricter penalties for employing an unauthorized alien
HB276Brattin, RickCox, StanleyHB 276
 0608L.02I - Authorizes any school district to designate a teacher or administrator as a school protection officer who may carry concealed firearms after he or she has met specified minimum training requirements
HB277Brattin, RickKoenig, AndrewHB 277
 0948H.01I - Authorizes an exemption from the motor fuel tax for motor fuel used in watercraft in this state
HB278Brattin, RickRiddle, JeanieHB 278
 0507L.02T - Prohibits any state or local governmental entity; public building, park, or school; or public setting or place from banning or restricting the practice, mention, celebration, or discussion of any federal holiday
HB279Hinson, DaveMayfield, JohnHB 279
 1009H.01I - Specifies that a recipient of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits who makes an electronic benefit transaction at any casino or gaming establishment will be ineligible for benefits for three years
HB280Barnes, JayMims, BonnayeHB 280
 1015H.01I - Changes the laws regarding certain sexual offenses
HB281Barnes, JayLaFaver, JeremyHB 281
 1013H.01I - Changes the laws regarding domestic violence
HB282Shumake, LindellHansen, JimHB 282
 0471L.01I - Allows religious books to be used in public schools in certain situations as long as they are used in a manner that does not violate the Establishment Clause of the United States Constitution
HB283Thomson, MikeRowland, LyleHB 283
 0678L.01I - Modifies provisions relating to school funding calculations
HB284Hummel, JacobMcCann Beatty, GailHCS HB 284
 0971L.02C - Changes the laws regarding the Large Carnivore Act and establishes the Nonhuman Primate Act.
HB285Pace, SharonHubbard, PennyHCS HB 285
 1046L.02P - Creates the crime of distribution of a controlled substance near a child care facility
HB286Funderburk, DougKorman, BartHB 286
 0743L.01I - Prohibits employers from asking current or prospective employees to provide specified information to gain access to a social networking website where such employees maintain an account or profile
HB287McCaherty, JohnHigdon, GalenHB 287
 0924L.01I - Establishes a five-year statute of limitations for actions against a mental health professional for malpractice, negligence, or error
HB288McCaherty, JohnSolon, SheilaHB 288
 0220H.01I - Repeals the provision allowing an individual to assign, transfer, sell or otherwise convey the pregnancy resource center tax credit and removes the sunset for the pregnancy resource center and food pantry tax credits
HB289Montecillo, GeniseConway, PatHB 289
 0926H.01I - Requires an election authority to hire election judges based upon merit and without regard to political party affiliation instead of the current requirement that there be an equal number from each major political party
HB290Lichtenegger, DonnaTorpey, NoelHCS HB 290
 1088H.02P - Adds licensed professional counselors and psychologists to the list of people authorized to conduct an investigation into whether an individual is suitable as an adoptive parent
HB291Brattin, RickKoenig, AndrewHB 291
 0506L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Standard Science Act which requires the equal treatment of science instruction regarding evolution and intelligent design
HB292Spencer, BryanKelley, MikeHB 292
 0716L.01I - Requires a transitional skills class to be taken after the personal finance class in order for a student to receive a high school diploma
HB293Spencer, BryanCornejo, RobertHB 293
 0940H.01I - Requires any state agency that assesses or imposes an administrative penalty to implement procedures that provide information regarding the administrative appeal process
HB294Spencer, BryanKelley, MikeHB 294
 0724L.01I - Establishes the Student Accountability Act that requires a student score proficient or higher on a state assessment in order to receive a high school academic diploma
HB295Spencer, BryanParkinson, MarkHB 295
 0709L.01I - Repeals the requirement that school districts spend one percent of their formula funding on professional development
HB296Spencer, BryanKelley, MikeHB 296
 0875L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Good Samaritan Law
HB297English, KeithHicks, RonHB 297
 1072H.01I - Requires the Department of Social Services to seek a federal waiver to mandate the use of photo identification for continued eligibility in the food stamp program
HB298English, KeithHicks, RonHB 298
 1077H.01I - Requires an ultrasound to be conducted and reviewed with the pregnant woman prior to the 24-hour waiting period for an abortion
HB299Schieber, RonaldAllen, SueHB 299
 1012H.01I - Extends to August 28, 2023, the provisions regarding Internet cyber crime law enforcement task forces and the Cyber Crime Investigation Fund which had expired
HB300Hubbard, PennySolon, SheilaHB 300
 0444L.01I - Specifies that the criteria for domestic assault in the third degree includes three responses by law enforcement for alleged abuse or violation of an order of protection by the same person
HB301Engler, KevinSCS HB 301
 1140S.02T - Changes the laws regarding certain sexual offenses and sexually violent offenders and establishes a prisoner re-entry program for certain offenders
HB302Engler, KevinHB 302
 1141L.01I - Creates the crime of the failure to vacate leased premises in a rent and possession case
HB303Scharnhorst, DwightJones, TimothySCS HCS HBs 303 & 304
 1172S.04T - Makes specified memorial bridge and highway designations
HB304Stream, RickHB 304
 1192H.01I - Designates the new bridge on Interstate 70 crossing the Mississippi River between Missouri and Illinois as the "Stan Musial Memorial Bridge" if the State of Illinois also makes the designation
HCR1Diehl, JohnHCR 1
 0756H.01I - House of Representatives and Senate to convene in Joint Session in Hall of House of Representatives at 7:00 pm, Monday, January 28, 2013 to receive a message from the Honorable Jeremiah W. Nixon, Governor
HCR10Walton Gray, RochellePace, SharonHCR 10
 0342L.01I - Designates April 2013 as "Donate Life Month" in Missouri
HCR11Walton Gray, RochellePace, SharonHCR 11
 0341L.01I - Designates the week of March 24, 2013, as "Colon Cancer Awareness Week" in Missouri
HCR12Walton Gray, RochellePace, SharonHCR 12
 0340L.01I - Requests the Missouri Congressional delegation to support the efforts of the National Women's History Museum to secure a permanent home in the nation's capital at the National Mall
HCR13Walton Gray, RochelleEllington, BrandonHCR 13
 0343L.01I - Designates the week of May 12 - 18, 2013, as "Sickle Cell Awareness Week" in the State of Missouri
HCR14Walton Gray, RochelleEllington, BrandonHCR 14
 0344L.01I - Designates August 1, 2013, as "Minority Organ Donor Awareness Day" in Missouri
HCR15Walton Gray, RochelleEllington, BrandonHCR 15
 0345L.01I - Designates December 15, 2013, as "American Red Cross Minority Blood Drive Day" in Missouri
HCR16Walton Gray, RochelleSchupp, JillHCR 16
 0913L.01I - Encourages the Missouri Veterans Commission to work with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to address the needs of women veterans and formally honors the heroic service of women veterans
HJR13Walton Gray, RochelleHJR 13
 0339L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting a person from serving more than 16 years in the General Assembly in any proportion between the House of Representatives and the Senate
HJR14Jones, TimothyKelly, ChrisHCS#2 HJR 14
 0153H.12P - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the General Assembly to issue bonds to fund higher education improvements, construction, landscaping, land or building purchases, and transportation infrastructure
HJR15Brattin, RickRiddle, JeanieHCS HJR 15
 0517L.04C - Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that the right of every citizen to possess or purchase ammunition for the proper functioning of arms must not be infringed or limited
HJR16McCaherty, JohnSwan, KathrynSCS HJR 16
 0895S.02T - Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing relevant evidence of prior criminal acts to be admissible in prosecutions for crimes of a sexual nature involving a victim under 18 years of age
HJR17Burlison, EricDavis, CharlieHJR 17
 0526L.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting state appropriations in any fiscal year from exceeding certain limits
9/16/2019 1:18:12 AM